SOUTHERN AFRICAN SOCIETY FOR EDUCATION
14 January 2005
SASE 2005: THEME:
Adequate and Competitive Education in African Society in the Age of Scientific and Technological Progress
(a) Issues that impact on education in Africa
ü Education inAfrica: Is it adequate and competitive?
ü Tools to achieve the goal of satisfactory education: Which ones to choose?
ü The dilemma of language of instruction in African countries: Is there a solution?
(b) Management issues and their impact on education in Africa
ü Social transformations in schools: What ways must we choose to reach the aim?
ü The role of professional management: Does it influence the teaching?
ü Leadership training: What is its role in getting to an acceptable education?
ü Human evolution: Does it help the purpose of schooling?
ü Creativity and imagination and adhering to rules: Is there a place for a compromise?
ü Subject’s individuality: How to inspire and express it in an epoch of conformity?
© Curriculum issues
ü Culturing environmental protection: How important is it forAfricain particular?
ü Public health protection education and science education: Does it make a difference?
ü Science education didactic aids: How to balance between the local and the imported?
ü Traditional beliefs and ideas of science education: Are they friends or foes?
(d) The digital divide between North and South: Can education inAfricabridge this?
ü Computerisation of African schools: Isn’t it a too farfetched idea?
ü Science education in the conditions of a technological lag: Isn’t it a fiction?
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